Yesterday we shared an entire festival dedicated to flor de muertos, and today we’re here to help you find where to get — or make — your pan de muerto.
Bread of the dead is traditionally flavored with citrus zest, anise seed, and orange blossom water — and formed into round loaves with crossbones on top.
Buy yours from one of these local bakeries (you may want to order ahead):
- La Panadería, multiple locations | Named the top Mexican bakery in San Antonio by the Express-News.
- La Popular Bakery & Cake Shop, 2505 West Ave. | Find pan de muerto among their daily pastries starting next week.